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Goals in each half from Richard Pacquette and Tom Finn gave Bromley a deserved 2-1 FA Cup third qualifying round victory at Dover Athletic on Saturday.
Although Dover were on top for the opening 20 minutes they were unable to make the breakthrough and Bromley grew in confidence as the first half progressed.
Mark Goldberg's (pictured) side went in front on 28 minutes when Dover keeper Mitch Walker fumbled a header from Moses Swaibu and Pacquette forced the ball home from virtually on the goalline.
Dover huffed and puffed in seach of an equaliser in the second half but without any real penatration, and they then conceded another poor goal on 75 minutes when substitute Finn scored with his first touch.
Ben May pulled a goal back seven minutes from time to give Dover brief hope, but afterwards manager Nicky Forster admitted his side could have no complaints about the outcome.
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